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There are press clubs and there are press clubs, but none quite so unique, it would seem, than the Press Club of Odisha.
By Krishna Prasad
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
The Reviews
Adele's 25has depth and feeling and the kind of musical instinct about tone and tenor that very few can match.
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
10 Questions
Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker and environment crusader on his new film, which warns that humans are erasing other species off the earth
Rajnigandha pan masala, the patron saint of literary festivals and what happens when two introverts are placed on a dais and asked to launch a book.
Business in bitesizes
All the chatter and goss from around the world.
Cover Story
The Baba, who has popularised yoga like no other businessman-sanyasi, talks about being the next FMCG giant, about political vendetta and ‘intolerance’.
Cover Story
The Big Baba Bazaar
The Patanjali brand has seen a meteoric rise, and in very little time. Will Baba Ramdev’s ‘pure desi’ wares hold up?
Pragya Singh
Cover Story
Non-Noodle Tangles
Trouble with the law is not new for Ramdev’s brand
Meetu Jain
Cover Story
The Political Enamel
RSS-BJP friends help the sanyasi’s materialist urge
Prarthna Gahilote
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Breathing Business
The Patanjali range echoes a mix of aspiration and conservatism.
B. ‘Nary’ Narayanaswamy
The BJP faced a rash of protests in the lead-up to the civic polls
Goa’s second airport plan has too many ghost hangars
The ED notice to NDTV to pay for its sins is actually a price for its hitherto anti-BJP stance
sheena bora murder
New revelations suggest Peter Mukerjea may have had a role in the murder. Financial angle looms.
pay commission
Central government employees are plied with perks and pro motions. The Pay Commission promises them a fatter pie.
‘Here Promotions Are A Tribal Movement’
Rathin Roy, one of the three members of the Seventh Pay Commission and director, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy on civil service in India.
Lola Nayar Interviews Rathin Roy
Dr Pushpa Mittra Bhargava on beef, intolerance and other things.
flesh trade
The murder of two Uzbek girls exposed trafficking from the CIS states. Outlook talks to others caught in the trap.
flesh trade
‘You Russians Are Like Candy...Too Sweet’
Indian men, in the words of Diana, Svetlana and Ruby
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Leader Comment
The five governors appointed by the Narendra Modi government have have disgraced themselves with comments that have often been blatantly bigoted.
Leader Comment
For the clarity that makes Prof Sen so prophetic and popular on both sides of the Atlantic.
western ways
The West united in grief over Paris. It shrugs off other atrocities. Why don’t all terror victims count?
A new programme at CERN lets artists and scientists perform a pas de deux
Will the HRD minister’s desire to leave her mark spell doom for the draft new education policy?
The Shine
Khadija Banu is a lone warrior. She brings light to women trapped and abused.
Eat, Pray, Live
Indian food has cracked the code of mixing cereals and pulses in the right proportion to create plant protein combos that are easy to assimilate.
A random sample from the British periodicals
Eat, Pray, Live
Fast bowling and back problems.
Arts & Entertainment
bengali cinema
Tollywood is going ‘bold’, but are the films the better for it? Or is it just....
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It’s Just Skin Deep
Nudit­y without adequate aesthetic sensibility is just pornography.
Alokananda Roy
The Reviews
Delhi's soccer fans and teasers for the fans of Shah Rukh Khan's Fan
Making its way to five cities this winter the Aadi Anant Music Festival, Dastkar's annual nature bazaar and much more.
With a call for governpreneurship, Nilekani hopes for a truly Digital India
Srivatsa Krishna on Rebooting India: Realising A Billion Aspirations By Nandan Nilekani and Viral Shah
In a sense, these happen to be love stories involving strange encounters with food.
Geeta Doctor on Chillies And Porridge: Writing Food Edited By Mita Kapur
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